At 11.4 inches longer than a standard EQ900 (G90), the new Genesis EQ900L finds itself to be even lengthier than the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class by 1.6 inches. Inside, the Korean stretch limo features reclining rear seats, a high-set center console running front to rear and footrests for the rear-seat passengers. Of course, like its more opulent (and expensive) German rivals, the EQ900 L also has its cocooning insides trimmed with wood veneers and special leathers. The wider B-pillar section houses extra pockets and lights, while the backs of the front seats boasts of infotainment screens. The aforementioned rear center console houses controls for the screens and seat articulation.
The EQ900L will employ the most powerful engine of the Genesis range – a 5.0 litre, V8 GDi petrol unit with a peak power output of 425 PS and peak torque of 520 Nm, mated to an eight speed automatic transmission, sending power to the rear wheels, or all four if optioned with AWD. Hyundai plans to offer the EQ900L only in its home market of South Korea for now, with prices starting around $125,000.